Believe it or not ... young people do listen to their parents. And family support is an important piece of educational achievement.
What Parents Need to Know About Cooperative Education:
- Students who participate in Cooperative Education are better prepared to find employment after graduation.
- Students gain a real-world education in the "soft skills" of the workplace – things like etiquette, problem-solving, collaboration, and personal brand.
- Cooperative Education gives students a context to apply and better understand classroom learning.
- Cooperative Education pays! Positions are compensated and students receive academic credit.
Think your child is a good candidate for Cooperative Education? See our electronic application at right.
Learn more about other experiential learning opportunities at Benedictine.